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Ole Hopkins’ eldest child had
the misfortune of having the end
of its finger cutoff by getting it
caught in the door.
The funeral of Mr. Hill was ^ number of carpenters, mas-
conducted by the Masonic order ons and Plumbers^have been at
Mary Hazzard has entered Sunday at 11.30 a. m. the inter- work on Lewis Carsten s new
school and will be one of the ment taking place in the Hill dou‘se. the past w'eek and the
eighth grade graduates.
cemetery east of Gaston. The building vvi11 soon be completed
■ Many old friends and neighbors funeral was well attended, quite J. C. Schulmerich returned
attended the funeral of 0. Doane a number being present from after a week’s trip to Shoestring,
surrounding country and towns. where the Schulmerich Brothers
Jas. Dilley was through the
The talk is going the rounds *iave quite a lot of land,
district this week disposing of that Gaston is soon to have a Fern Smith is absent this week
several crates of smelt.
millinery store. The next thing taking the teacher’s examina-
The Literary Society will have Gaston will need is a newspaper, tions. Mrs. Munford will act as
election of officers, Friday, Feb. These and some other things organist at church in Miss Smith s
necessary for the up-building of absence.
John Ihrig and crew went over a town> would help bring Gaston
Our pastor will be absent next
the roads with the road drag, tde recognization she deserves, next Sunday, but in his stead
Krause, who will
Mr. Elliott has a number of
men clearing the water pipe
ditch between here and Buxton
bating society will hold its second The Banks Talent are working
public meeting Thursday evening hard to have everything in first
H. J. Rice and wife of Haines, Feb. 10. Program is as follows:
class order for the play Feb. 19th,
A. Buxton and family and Mrs.
Song. Mount Vernon Bells, Audi when the three act drama,
E. T. Adler were Sunday guests
ence: Declaration of Independ “Tompkins Hired Man” will be
at Overlook Farm.
ence, Lizzie Hannan; Solo, Mrs. given. This is the first play ever
Mazie Caldwell; Lincoln’s Gettys- gotten up in Banks, composed
burgh Address, Mrs. B. R. Per strictly of home talent and prom
C. A. Brick man made a busi kins; Solo, Jessie Phillips; Reci ises to be very entertaining.
ness trip to Scappoose Friday.
tation, Mattie Hannan; Dialogue, Don’t overlook the Basket social
The snow is fast disappearing An affection of the Ideal; Song, at the conclusion of the play.
by reason of the warm weather Battle Hymn of the Republic;
Recitation, Mrs. J. B. Fair; Duet,
Anna Sohnson, who was an I Mrs. Caldwell and Jessie Phillips; Oregon Electric Time Card
expected visitor at the home of Beading, (’has. Stephens; Music,
her sister, Mrs. C. A. Brickman, Mattie Hanna
6:50 a m
8:00 a m
this week is critically ill in a hos Riggle. The quo 'ion for debate
8:40 a m
9:50 a m
is, “ Resolved, That George
pital in Portland.
10:30 a m
11:4() a m
12:20 p m
1:80 p m
'Thus. Berggren was a business Washington did more for his
1:40 p m
2:50 p m
visitor in the Rose City, Thurs
4:10 |) m
5:20 p m
7:00 p m
8:10 p m
9:45 p m
I. J. Abbott, who has had
charge of the cook house at Mc
Some few fine days, now for a Farland’s mill, leaves with his
7:05 a m
8:15 a m
rarity. The snow on the hills is family for Southern Oregon this
8:30 a m
9:40 a m
10:20 a rn
an evident fact that winter still
11:30 a m
12;10 p m
Frank Beekwith. of Silverton,
1:20 p m
2:10 p ni
3:20 p m
vis 'ed at Perry Watson’s for a
4:40 p m
X. Hardy g
; wile, of
5:30 p in
few days tnis week.
6:40 p m
Gaston, spent Saturday and Sat-
8:25 p ni
9:35 p m
Thomas Riggle vvili leave in a
| "tifday nTght in Forest Grove.
few days for Portland.
S a t u r d a y O n ly
The play rendered by Forest
L v s P o rtla n d 11:30 p m — A r. F .G . 12:35 a m
u n d a y « n!y
1 Grove talent, at the Artisan Hall
v s F..G . 3:30 p m - -A r. a t P o rtla n d 4:40 p m
was well attended. Every one Mendenhall farm and moved his
* seemed to be well pleased with family on it last week.
Ben Simpson was badly bruised
LIVERY anu FEED SfABLE
£ Mrs. McBurney, who had been last week while exhibiting a gray
Jf'k for quite a while, died last musJ«ng, fresh from the hills of
Sunday at one o’clock p. m. It of Eastern Oregon. The horse Good Rigs Fut nished
was the general opinion that she
was much better, but she took a but Ben remained on the near
KilahSi' Sunday morning and died side.
shortly after noon. She was the
D. P. & C. O. Hopkins
mother of six children, all of
whom survive and a husband to
mourn her departure. Mrs. Mc Ed. Schlegel
Burney was a kind and loving
mother and was an earnest work
Otto Galloway is on
er in the Congregational church sick li-t.
of which she was a member.
E. F. Willis transacted busi
Her many friends extend their ness in Portland the fore part of
kind sympathies to the bereaved the week.
husband and children, who will
miss her most of all. The fun Frank Krebs’ eldest child is
Prompt Attention Given to
eral service's of Mrs. McBurney suffering from a broken arm.
Calls. Modern Equip
were held at the Congregational Dr. Munford set the fracture.
church, by Rev. Barber, of For-
Prof. Zively’s pupils are re-
J est Grove, services beginning at joicing over this week’s vacation.
10 a. m. The services were The Prof, is attending teacher’s
largely attended after which the examinations,
interment took place in the Hill
cemetery east of Gaston.
Wm. Adams, of Curtis, Ne-
■--------- Wants to see you about
j braska, is here for the purpose
ol buying some land. He was
IN S U R A N C E
engaged in the mercantile busi
OFFICE Opp. FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ness in Nebraska.
W. J. R. BEACH
Gaston has a new
Mr. Best having resigned to take
,up work Gaston
on the n >ool Board is
having the |>laygn>
Hand freed of
the timber.■''Bert White
. -* .
Ida Mack, the assistant teacher
in the Gaston school ts going to
bo otf for a few «lays this wfcek,
for purpose of taking ^he exam
inations. Mrs. E. ÌR;
fill her place.
Banks Furniture Company
We have a lot of wall
paper that is doing to be
sold at a sacrifice, for it
Get the benefit by mak
ing your selections while
the stock is complete
Up-To-Date F urniture
is our motto for this year.
or shop-worn furniture is carried over.
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Forest Grove Advertising
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W e sell 6 loaves of Bread for 25 cents